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Why Move to Greenville, SC?

Why Move to Greenville, SC?

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Abberly Market Point, Greenville, SCRanked as one Livability.com’s Best Places to Live and Top 10 Best Downtowns in America, Greenville is a city with a strong job market that helps draw many young professionals to live and work. Higher education options include Furman, North Greenville and Bob Jones universities, and this fast-growing city features two main health care systems along with a downtown district that has become a destination for dining, shopping, entertainment and increased housing.

Greenville residents can enjoy the outdoors on a number of hiking and biking trails, and city officials are looking to expand green space options even further in this picturesque community situated in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

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Greenville, SC: The Friendliest City in the South

Greenville, SC: The Friendliest City in the South

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Abberly Market Point, Greenville, SCWhen it comes to friendliness, hospitality, and warmth, cities often get a bad rap: The traffic, the crowds, the lack of manners! Southern cities, though, tell a different story: Despite the hustle-and-bustle, they still manage to exude the graciousness of small towns and radiate the warmth of a Sunday potluck after church.

While old-fashioned hospitality seems to color the entirety of our region, some cities still manage to distinguish themselves as the friendliest of all. So we asked, and y’all answered, supplying us with fifteen of the South’s friendliest cities. There may be crowds in these Southern destinations, but they’ll smile at you; and when there’s a long line outside of that crazy-popular barbecue spot, well, people will respect your place in it—no pushing or shoving.

That’s just how we city slickers do things in the South … New York and L.A., it’s time to take notes. And, number one on the list of Friendliest Cities in the South...

5. Greenville, South Carolina

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Greenville, SC is One of the Prettiest Cities in the South

Greenville, SC is One of the Prettiest Cities in the South

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, April 03, 2018

Abberly Market Point, Greenville, SCSoutherners have a longstanding appreciation for pretty things. Grand columned antebellum homes, snow-white fields of cotton, Mama’s hot buttermilk biscuits—we like having a little eye candy on the horizon. That’s why we take major pride in our cities and all of their charming qualities.

From the historic avenues of the beautiful cities to the white sandy beaches of the shore, the mountain vistas to the river views, the South boasts some truly good-looking spots just begging to be wandered and adored.

Quirky college cities, lazy beach towns, historic coastal hubs, and bustling metropolises make up the pulsing heart and the pretty façade of the South. You’ll see some timeless beauties and some fresh-faced gems grace our list of prettiest cities in the South. Guess which city was number 1 on the list?

6. Greenville, South Carolina

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Live in Greenville, SC

Live in Greenville, SC

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Abberly Market Point, Greenville, SCRanked as one Livability.com’s Best Places to Live and Top 10 Best Downtowns in America, Greenville is a city with a strong job market that helps draw many young professionals to live and work. Higher education options include Furman, North Greenville and Bob Jones universities, and this fast-growing city features two main health care systems along with a downtown district that has become a destination for dining, shopping, entertainment and increased housing.

Greenville residents can enjoy the outdoors on a number of hiking and biking trails, and city officials are looking to expand green space options even further in this picturesque community situated in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

For more information on apartments in Greenville, SC contact Abberly Market Point.

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This is What Makes Greenville, SC a Best Place to Live

This is What Makes Greenville, SC a Best Place to Live

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Abberly Market Point, Greenville, SCGreat amenities, vibrant economy and focus on authenticity make this city outstanding.

The secret of Greenville, SC’s success is simple: balance. Balance between the old and the new. Between growth and quality of life. Between economic vibrancy and day-to-day livability.

As one of livability.com’s Best Places to Live, this energetic city has much working in its favor, from an enviable location in the booming Charlotte-Atlanta corridor and a welcoming cultural mix of urban sophistication and traditional Southern charm, to its talented young workforce and diversified economy.

"It’s all about getting the balance right,” says Knox White, a Greenville native who has served as mayor since 1995 and overseen the city’s emergence as one of the nation’s most saluted places to live. “You want a robust local economy that creates jobs and opportunities, but at the same time, you need to balance growth with a strong quality of life – you want to have a place people love, lots of activities, lots of green space, a lot of attention paid to walkability.”

Here are even more reasons to move to Greenville!

Reviving Main Street

Like many cities, Greenville experienced difficulties in the 1970s as the local textile economy faltered, and the downtown core was becoming deserted. Unlike many cities, though, Greenville got on top of the situation quickly, becoming one of the first to revitalize its downtown – it was an early Great American Main Street community – and actively working to diversify its economic base.

Many Amenities

Greenville offers a wonderful variety of amenities, from first-class museums and other cultural opportunities to a very active restaurant scene, hiking and biking trails, music of all kinds, and award-winning parks and green space. The biggest achievement, the “center of gravity” of the changes in downtown Greenville is the reclamation of the city’s riverfront.

For many years, a bridge and highway had covered a magnificent 40-foot waterfall in the middle of downtown. After much controversy and compromise, “the perfectly good bridge” as it was known was torn down to unveil an urban jewel, now the centerpiece of Falls Park (2005) and a spur to re-energize the entire riverfront into a favorite spot for living, dining, entertainment and shopping.

These attractive amenities complement an array of housing options, from million-dollar riverfront condos to affordable housing, an important city focus. A highly ranked consolidated public school system includes both city and county students, and is enriched by a number of colleges and universities, among them Furman University and Clemson University’s four-year school of medicine.

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Greenville, SC: Best Small City For A Getaway, Might As Well Live Here

Greenville, SC: Best Small City For A Getaway, Might As Well Live Here

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Abberly Market Point, Greenville, SCWe’ve picked some small cities for their upcoming events, their character-packed neighborhoods, and their developing culinary scenes. Others are featured simply because they offer all the vibrancy you’d expect of a city, but with that mellowed edge (and often lower pricing) that comes with smaller places. Some of these cities are in the swing of regeneration—others don’t need to change a thing.

What they all share is a fantastic vacation for your next getaway. But, you might as well live here. Who doesn't want to live in a place that offers a great vacation? You’ll get a lot of bang for your buck—extra living space, a full kitchen, private outdoor area, and amenities like laundry. Plus, you can find great rentals located close to the city center or on the outskirts for wilder pursuits.

On the list of the country’s finest small cities is Greenville, SC!

This once quiet town is making a real name for itself, especially in terms of its lively events. Don’t miss the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Irish Festival, and the sixth annual Community Tap Craft Beer Festival, which will host over 50 breweries from around the country. In May, look out for the Artisphere festival, three days of perusing fine art, meeting artists, and purchasing works to take home, all accompanied by good food and music. For more information on apartments in Greenville, SC, contact Abberly Market Point.

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Greenville, SC is an Artsy Place

Greenville, SC is an Artsy Place

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, March 06, 2018

Abberly Market Point, Greenville, SCSouth Carolina isn't the first place that comes to mind when you think about the arts. However, the state has hidden pockets of cultural wealth that will rival big art markets like New York and San Francisco. These are the five best cities in South Carolina for the Arts.

  1. Edgefield
  2. Greenville
  3. Beaufort
  4. Myrtle Beach
  5. Charleston

Greenville, SC

If your taste for art extends beyond the norm, check out Greenville, SC. The Metropolitan Arts Council works diligently to support art organizations financially as well as through advocacy and marketing. Be sure to visit the Artist Guild Gallery of Greenville (AGGG). AGGG is a 2,0000 square foot gallery featuring the works of over 20 local and regional artists. Here you will find an assortment of art styles including mixed media, watercolors, oil, jewelry, sculpture, pottery and photography. Located in downtown Greenville, the gallery is smack dab in the center of dining, shopping and entertainment. Downtown Greenville was ranked in the top 10 best downtown's by Livability, and dubbed by the New York Times as a pedestrian-friendly city. More than the vibrant downtown, Greenville has been compared to European cities. The influx of artists, the arts, and downtown's huge collection of public artwork has transformed this city into a thing of real beauty. If the idea of all this art appeals to you, consider Greenville.

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Greenville, SC is No. 3 Small City in the US

Greenville, SC is No. 3 Small City in the US

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Abberly Market Point, Greenville, SCThe readers of Conde Nast’s Traveler magazine, one of the most highly-regarded and awarded travel magazines in the country, have chosen Greenville as the No. 3 Small City in the country.

The magazine, which has won 25 National Magazine Awards and has a circulation of around 800,000, received hundreds of thousands of votes for their annual Big City and Small City categories, and Greenville came in behind only Aspen, Colo. at No. 2 and another South Carolina city, Charleston, at No. 1. This is Greenville’s first appearance on the Reader’s Choice list.

Greenville’s entry reads as follows:

“Want to get in on a secret? Plan a trip to Greenville now and you might see it just on the cusp of stardom. The up-and-coming food lover’s town is getting its own outpost of Sean Brock’s Husk and its first food hall in late-2017, and its farm-to-table scene is rising to the ranks of Asheville (try Jianna for Italian and Vault & Vator, the city’s first speakeasy, after). Walk off your food coma across the 32-acre Falls Park that runs through the middle of town before going back for seconds.”

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Greenville, SC: A Great Downtown

Greenville, SC: A Great Downtown

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Abberly Market Point, Greenville, SCYou’ll be forgiven if you feel the need to use GPS to make sure you’re actually walking through Downtown Greenville, S.C. and not some European city. The tree-lined Main Street, sidewalk cafes and waterfalls have a rather foreign feel when it comes to what you might expect in America’s Bible Belt. But we promise that’s Greenville, an unexpected treat of a small town in the Southeast. It’s Downtown Greenville’s unique appeal and projected growth that puts it on the list of the Top 10 Downtowns.

City leaders have been focused on not just renewing Greenville’s downtown, but making it a destination that appeals to the best and brightest, and that’s exactly what Greenville does. More than 20,000 workers populate the downtown area during the day, while area residents and tourists trickle in when the sun goes down to shop, eat and be entertained. Most of the 120 independent restaurants contained in the 10 blocks that make up downtown are locally owned and one-of-a-kind.

Greenville’s arts scene reflects the city’s growing diversity, with venues that draw nationally acclaimed performers, museums housing works by classical masters like Botticelli and Andrew Wyeth and small galleries and studios where budding artists hone their craft. Located in the heart of Downtown Greenville, The Peace Center provides a performance setting that’s as acoustically pleasing as it is architecturally appealing. You’ll find comedy acts, dramatic plays, light-hearted musicals and rock concerts at Centre Stage. Located throughout downtown is a collection of sculptures, fountains and murals creating an outdoor gallery of art.

While downtown provides residents with a modern, urban environment there are plenty of ways to enjoy Mother Nature, starting with Greenville’s most photogenic spot, Falls Park on the Reedy. An oasis in the downtown area, Falls Park features the Liberty Bridge which offers unsurpassed views of the waterfalls. Running along the Reedy River is a 21-mile, multi-use trail system called the Greenville Health System Swamp Rabbit Trail. This paved pathway links downtown to surrounding communities, schools and parks. And one more venue that might leave you wondering if you’re in the right place is Fluor Field, a mini replica of Boston’s Fenway Park and home to the Greenville Drive, a Class A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox.

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Lowcountry Living is the Best on the East Coast

Lowcountry Living is the Best on the East Coast

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Abberly Market Point, Greenville, SCThe Lowcountry has quickly become one of the best places for living on the East Coast, and it’s easy to see why. Consider the area features breathtaking scenery, incredible history, an irresistible dining scene, and so much more. If you’re looking for the perfect place to call home, the Lowcountry has so much to offer!

It Boasts the No. 1 City in the World

The Lowcountry can credit its crown jewel, the city of Charleston, for making the entire region one of the most desired places to live on the East Coast. In 2016, the city was not only named Travel + Leisure’s “No.1 City in the U.S. and Canada” for the fourth consecutive year, but it was also selected as the “No. 1 City in the World.” With this ranking, Charleston, SC, became the first domestic city to earn the title “World’s Best City.”

The Area Is Steeped in History

Are you a history buff? If so, you will love living in the Lowcountry. This region played a vital role throughout the course of American history. At the center, you'll find Charleston, a colonial seaport founded in 1670 that became one of the wealthiest hubs during the 19th-century. The barrier islands and surrounding areas of the Lowcountry also offer a fascinating history of well-known political figures, devastating wars, and an interesting heritage. Strike up a conversation with a local and you’ll likely hear a few tall tales and ghost stories, which only add to the area’s character.

The People Are Friendly

Even with the rapid growth, it has held onto its genial, Southern charm. Whether you are familiar with the area or a complete newcomer, you’ll be at ease amongst Lowcountry residents who will greet you with our world renowned hospitality.

The Scenery Is Spectacular

While a bustling historic city center and friendly folks are appealing reasons to pack up and head to the Lowcountry, it’s distinctive flora and fauna only found here that makes people never want to leave. With majestic live oak trees covered in Spanish moss, quiet marshes, pristine beaches, and beautifully preserved island communities, the Lowcountry is truly one of the most idyllic places on the East Coast to call home.

The Food Is Irresistible

Typically defined as a geographical and cultural region along the South Carolina coast, the Lowcountry is an area that was influenced by African, French, English and Caribbean cultures. One of the best ways to experience our past is through present-day cuisine. Here you’ll find traditional dishes prepared unlike anywhere else. Add award-winning restaurants, talented chefs, and plenty of fresh ingredients straight from the ocean, inlet, and farm, and you’ll quickly understand why the Lowcountry has become a top foodie destination.

The Lowcountry is a coveted destination on the East Coast. Filled with history and culture, food and fun, this beautiful part of the world offers so many things to see and do. For more information apartments in Greenville, SC contact Abberly Market Point.

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